This is the story of my uncle Con White, who is 95 years old and presently resides in the Camp Hill Memorial Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Con served as a Seaman in the Canadian Navy from 1942 to 1946. His ship was the Destroyer HMCS Iroquois. The main duty of the Iroquois was protecting the harbour at Halifax against any and all enemy submarines. Con White was born in St. Georges, NFLD. After his time in service Con spent the majority of his career as an accountant for Cunard Shipping Line.